Natural magick by John Baptista Porta, a Neapolitane: in twenty books: wherein are set forth all the riches and delights of the natural sciences. By John Baptista Porta. Magia Naturalis (in English, Natural Magic) is a work of popular science first published in Naples in Its twenty books include. Giambattista della (John Baptist) Porta (?), was a A Table Containing the General Heads of Natural Magick · “Preface To BY John Baptista Porta.
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Onions to grow bigger. The vertues of Tobacco.
Fire-balls flying in the Air. Increase the weight of Wax: Chesnuts may be preserved.
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Mixa, which hath in it a sweet Almond. Apples may be of a blood-red colour. Pears may be preserved in Honey. Artichocks are made white. How in the Sections of Books the Characters shall be hid.
Whether she be painted with red. Quinces are to be shut up, that they may last. In plain Glasses those things that are done afar off, and in other places. To make a woman full of red pimples. How a Vine may bring forth clusters of grapes that are white, but the stones of the grapes black. Keep flesh without Salt.
Vines to smell of sweet ointments. Editor’s preface ix, then pp plus index.
How to extract Gum out of Opoponax. And the naked Calybes Iron. To bring forth party-coloured Sheep. Preserve Cherries in the leaves of Winter-savory.
Mulberries may be preserved in wine: Magik first Book; Treating of wonderful things.
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Produce Grapes in the Spring-time. That Iron may grow soft. The Unicorn is allured by sent. How to bring Tin into Powder. To see in a plain Glass naptista which appears no where. Lead converted into quick-silver: Filberds may be preserved within the ground.
To read letters in a dark night.
How to part water from wine. Rue will grow tenderer, and more flourishing.
Find Rare Books Book Value. Leeks may be made sweeter.
How to draw a greater quantity of Oyl out of Cinnamon. Balls and Pots to be cast forth of Ships. Pulse will keep long. Jkhn to procure Lead to become heavier, then of it self it is: The red Myrtle and the red Bay-tree into black. Against the chopping of the Lips. Pomegranates may be kept in Chaff. To have Apples all the year.